Heinz Foodservice introduces its Heinze DispenSaver Condiment, a new bottle-filling system designed for high-volume, back-of-house applications that offers up to 99 percent yield.
In addition to its increased efficiency, the DispenSaver system simplifies the process of filling condiment bottles and minimizes waste. The system dispenses up to 99 percent of dispenser pack contents, yielding up to an extra bottle out of every gallon versus an average gallon jug, which is enough for 12 extra sandwiches.
The DispenSaver also takes less than five seconds to fill squeeze bottles used for sandwich and burger builds. A standard dispenser distributes 1–3 ounces of product per pump, but the DispenSaver can dispense more than 20 ounces of product per pump.
“We understand the importance of minimizing food cost and waste,” says Matt Marietti, brand manager for Heinz Foodservice. “The Heinz DispenSaver system was introduced to simplify the process of filling condiment bottles with no spilling, scraping, or funneling, ensuring more condiments end up on the foods operators serve versus in the trash. In addition to ultimate product yield, our clean system virtually eliminates all contact with contaminates, aiding in essential food safety practices.”
According to Technomic, 82 percent of operators place an emphasis on reducing waste and 74 percent on improving product yield. Heinz places a high priority on quality and sustainability, working to integrate sustainable components throughout many aspects of its business.
In addition to high product yield, the new DispenSaver system produces 96 percent less trash by volume and uses 76 percent less packaging by weight versus leading rigid condiment containers.
The DispenSaver system accepts all Heinz dispenser-pack condiments and sauces in .75- and 1.5-gallon sizes, including Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Mustards, Mayonnaise, BBQ Sauce, Ranch Dressing, Relish, and an assortment of sauces.
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